Are you looking to improve your overall health or manage your health conditions?
Accredited Practising Dietitians are university-qualified professionals that undertake ongoing training and education programs to ensure that they are your most up-to-date and credible source of nutrition information. They translate scientific health and nutrition information into practical advice.
We know that an individual’s diet plays such a large role in a number of health outcomes.
A healthy, well balanced diet can assist in preventing many chronic conditions such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and several cancers. If these conditions are pre-existing, small changes and improvements in one’s diet can greatly assist in improving overall disease management and prevent further complications.
Additionally, in those of us with food intolerances or gut-related concerns, a tailored diet can greatly assist in reducing gastrointestinal symptoms and significantly improve quality of life.
- Do you need assistance managing or preventing chronic health conditions?
- Are you wishing to reduce your gut-related symptoms?
- Do you simply want to gain further knowledge related to healthy food choices?
You require the services of an Accredited Practicing Dietitian
Having an experienced Accredited Practicing Dietitian assess your diet and work towards a sustainable, tailored nutrition plan is essential for management and prevention of health conditions.
For those attending with a Medicare Care Plan, no out of pocket costs apply.
Our dietitian, Natalie is able to work with you to:
- Assess your nutritional needs
- Develop personalised eating plans that consider medical conditions and personal circumstances
- Provide information and education on healthy eating, shopping for food, eating out and preparing food at home
- Body composition scales to track changes in weight, muscle mass and fat mass.
Natalie can assist you with a wide variety of conditions. Including:
- Weight management
- Gastrointestinal Disorders (including IBS, coeliac disease and diverticulitis)
- Cardiovascular Disease (including high cholesterol and hypertension)
- Allergies / Intolerances (including fructose and lactose malabsorption)
- Renal Conditions
- Nutritional Deficiencies
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Food Intolerances